Huawei has showed interest in signing a “no-spy agreement” with the US which signifies the telcom giant’s willingness to make peace.

The deal is to also give an assurance that, their technology will not be used for surveillance, as U.S. officials have assumed.

The company has offered similar proposals to other countries like the United Kingdom and Germany.

Chairman of Huawei, Liang Hua Chairman has said that, Huawei would be willing to sign the agreement although he is unsure if there would be an opportunity in signing a deal like that.

“Since the US has not bought from us, is not buying from us, and might not buy from us in the future, I don’t know if there is such an opportunity to sign such an agreement,” he said.

Tagging the US President’s act as inappropriate, he stated that to him, “it is inappropriate to use political means to disrupt an industry”.

The move by the US President follows allegations that Huawei is a threat to US although Huawei has denied the allegation on several occasions.

The technology giant is the world’s second largest smartphone seller and one of the major global telecom providers of mobile wireless 5G network technology.